Rare Cooking Oil, What Happens To The Body If You Stop Consumption Of Oil?

Suara.com – Cooking oil is rare and hard to find in the market since a few days ago. In fact, it is not uncommon for people to be willing to queue and fight to get cooking oil.

Many people complain that it is difficult to get cooking oil for everyday cooking. As is known, cooking oil is often accused of being the cause of a number of dangerous diseases.

But, what if the body really stops consuming cooking oil completely?

According to experts, avoiding oil completely can make people feel tired and unwell. First things first, our bodies need fat. Our brain, neuron system, nerves and conduction system all work on fat.

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So, one should eat a balanced diet, which also contains oil, but in limited quantities. One should avoid trans fats, which are found in street food cooked in used oil, which is heated over high heat.

Olive oil illustration (Pixabay/stevepb)
Olive oil illustration (Pixabay/stevepb)

One can safely consume 2-3 spoons of ghee, mustard oil or olive oil daily. You may be surprised to learn that according to experts, pure mustard oil is one of the best oils to consume.

Eating foods without oil can make a person lose weight, feel tired and not feel well because of the loss of an important nutrient that the body needs, namely fat. There are actually a number of alternatives to cooking oil, mostly from palm oil.

Olive oil

It is rich in vitamin E, which is an antioxidant. The main acid of the oil is monounsaturated fat, which is also called oleic acid and has anticancer and anti-inflammatory properties.

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Olive oil contains antioxidant compounds called oleocanthal and oleuropein. This can help prevent LDL (bad) cholesterol from oxidizing. Olive oil has heart-healthy compounds and helps prevent conditions such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type 2 diabetes.